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ownership

good question, maybe that is what you should be asking instead? no? ;)

To me ownership is something that belongs to you. For example, your body and anything growing from it.

Then there are "claims", which also creates ownership and could possibly be disputed, such as a piece of land or objects found in nature. And yes, i agreed that we can argue that those rights are harder to secure without others to agree and help.

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it's not about your right "to own the soda"... it's about...
after you have acquired the soda voluntarily, it becomes your property (you now own it), and now you have rights to it. You can sell it, drink it, shoot it with a gun, whatever...it's yours. Just as the person before you had ownership of it and exercised their right to part with for whatever agreement you made. That's how it stems from ownership.

I use Blue Wave, but don't expect one of THEIR silly taglines.